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to a competing company. >>> time is 5:37. happening now britain's prince harry son the tour of the united states. we are looking at arlington national cemetery. as we watch the soldier standing here this is the area where a service member is killed in afghanistan and iraq since 2001 are buried. prince harry will be coming throughout the united states. he is planning including a tour of storm damaged new jersey. he will be with governor chris christie. yesterday he was at a tea for mothers and grandmothers. prince harry will be coming right here to arlington national cemetery. >>> back here at home bart could be getting ready to get rid of that ban on bikes. bart is scheduled to vote on a new policy later this morning that could allow bikes on trains in a times of the day. however a recent practice project that allowed bikes during those peak hours actually picked up support from riders. bart is now considering a permanent change in their rules. they are also considering expanding the bike storage space. >>> 5:30 is the time. so far so good, pam. as you mentioned. the of course -- let's it's not
president harry truman, and don rickels is 87 years old today. and the we judge the news media guilty of shoving trials down our throats for for attractive ratings. >> john: i'm john fugelsang. this is "viewpoint." thank you for joining us this evening. this is a day that the g.o.p. and hillary haters have been waiting for. the house oversight hearings on the 9112012 attacks. later blamed on terrorists with alleged links to al-qaeda. four americans were killed, including two security contractors, and ambassador christopher stevens. at the hearing eric nordstrom who had worked in libya explained what the hearing meant to him. >> it matters to me personally and it matters to my colleagues. >> john: key testimony came from gregory hicks. hicks said he requested an f-16 fighter to be sensed to buzz the bengahzi compound in hopes to scare attackers off but was turned down. he was asked that special forces teams could to be sent to bengahzi only to be turned down again. how did the special forces feel about that? >> they were furious. i can only say well, i will quote lt. col. gibson who sa
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's what these folks are all about. >> and a new video of prince harry in colorado attending the warrior games. more than 200 wounded servicemen and women are competing. prince harry says he wants to use this trip to the u.s. to raise awareness of members of the military injured on the battlefield. >>> fox news alert, an emergency repair at the international spacestation. astronauts fixing a leak on the station. the pair suited up high above the earth and ventured outside their floating home for a spacewalk to install a critical new piece of equipment. we have just now gotten word of how that mission is going. steve is joining us live from miami. steve? >> jaime, this has been an emergency spacewalk which has been going on for the past five hours. the goal has been to replace a pump leaking ammonia. that leak discovered on thursday springing forward to an emergency spacewalk. two astronauts have been outside the international spacestation 255 miles above the earth working to try and find the leak and fix it. right now nasa officials say the pump they suspect that was leaking ammonia has
? >> yeah. they were very good to allow me an amendment and the reason they did is because harry denied me an amendment on the gun bill on one that would have passed an actually solved the problem which he promised to give me. so i think, you know, the fact is we ought to be worried about making sure that people who shouldn't have guns, people on the do not buy list don't get them, rather than restricting people who are good, great citizens from carrying out their own responsibilities and expressing their second amendment rights. so i'll eventually get this amendment. took me two times to get the parks and the forest service and i'll eventually get it and what i'll do is publicize every rape that goes on corps land and say a good portion of them wouldn't happened if we would have passed this amendment and we will eventually get there. >> on the hill a lot of people talking about the ben ghazi hearings yesterday. what is your state from what you learned from the state department official? >> i think the state department has real trouble. having sit on the intelligence committee and seen the
. is that perhaps why harry reid said that's why the solution is on it. i'm saying that obamacare, this calendar year may be the most important of the year, because it's skewing employment. people are going far more, pushed into part-time work so that the employer doesn't pay for obamacare, what do you say. i think it's right. and of course, harry reid would say let's spend more money, we can print it, that's his attitude. the fact of the matter is, we've seen parallel where they had 20 years of pushing people into part-time labor so they didn't have to have their health care challenge or retirement funding occur. we'll have is an entire generation of part-time labor, this is the law of unintended consequences. >> that happened in japan and it was deliberate just like here, and make it part-time so it doesn't have to pay for the health insurance, and that happened in japan? >> they're motivated by profit all over the world and if they can make more by squeezing people into less paying jobs with no bertnefit-- >> in the jobs report 278,000 people were pushed involuntarily into the part-time work,
, governor of massachusetts, and that's where -- >> maybe ckamala harris who is really attractive, apparently. >> we're not going to get into that. the other group is young voters. we have a statistic that really -- i want to put this up. this is a graph of voter turnout in 2008, 2010, 2012. this illustrates it perfectly. they're there for obama in 2008. they disappear in 2010. they're back in 2012. and it seems like, again, this is something that democrats look at and say if we could make this a regular part of our coalition, there's a lot of potential here. but how do you do it? >> well, i think one of the worrisome things is that the republicans have figured out that if they can just thwart the president, it's not just about thwarting the president for the fun of it -- it is fun for them -- but it's also about blocking his agenda and making this generation that's coming up in this era very cynical about government. and you're seeing that there's also that recent poll that showed they are -- they are losing hope. they are worried that things can't change. you know, they may not entirely und
the speaker in naming conferees. we said that and w and we haven him a letter. harry reid tried to get permission to appoint conferees in the senate. he was blocked from getting unanimous consent the other dae. senator toomey objected. it is a little bit confusing for us after all of these months and years of our republican colleagues understandably complaining the senate didn't have a budget that now that they do have a budget they are reseventhing the idea of going to conference. >> greta: the interesting watching from the sidelines like do. everybody blames everybody else. complains about the senate not having a budget for four years and they didn't. now, i hear from you that what is stopping the budget from going forward is the reconciliation and what stands in the way is the speaker naming his conferees. >> but i'm not makin making th. >> greta: i -- i'm saying that it is distressing the american people watching this. the only reason we have sequestration is because for whatever reason the house and the senate and the president couldn't get it together in august of 2011. so you kn
hitters. >> jjc, but not harry s. truman who would have been better. >> signers include a memo for the move and 52 conservatives demanded house republican leaders not bring a senate bill and the keeper of the no-tax pledge and he is a fighter for small business, except for when it's small business. we'll talk more about the bill's channes in the house later today, too. >> when we come back after a rough few months and apple mounting a comeback as you may know up almost 20% and the meantime, google trading near all-time highs. which one, though? which one do you choose? we'll tell you how to play it,u akeover. today and he will join us live after that mng talked about. take one more look at futures potentially the 17th straight tuesday up in a row when we come back. change makes people nervous. but i see a world bursting with opportunity, with ideas, with ambition. i'm thinking about china, brazil, india. the world's a big place. i want to be a part of it. ishares international etfs. emerging markets and single countries. find out why nine out of ten large professional investors
of story. >> why don't we go to politico? >> would love that. >> joining us for the playbook is john harris. good morning. >> good morning. >> let's talk a little immigration, john, shall we? conservatives duking it out over immigration reform and one round is between marco rubio of jim deminute and heritage foundation. they lined up over their careers but rubio says the one place where i leave jim demint. >> no question, willie. they are both heroes of the tea party movement and that is one of the big variables. maybe the biggest variable in terms of what happens to the cause of comprehensive immigration reform. is there a tea party style revolt within the republican party? you have these two individuals both of whom are on important figures. they are both heroes and on different sides of the issue. yesterday, in marco rubio's office he hosted a group of conservatives trying to get them on board with immigration reform. that's probably a stretch but if he can keep them from having this negative reaction the way they did to, say, health reform that is important in terms of giving other repu
committee from meeting to vote on the nomination to be secretary of labor. harry reid spoke about the move today on the senate floor. now the minority's tactics -- republican tactics of obstruction and delay are well-known, but they're also well-worn. those methods were once again on display yesterday when republicans delayed for the second time in two weeks the senate help committee vote on the nomination of tom perez to lead the department of labor. the able and considerate chairman, tom harass quinn, had already postponed the vote for two weeks, at the request of republicans. it was terribly disappointing that after they were granted additional time as a matter of courtesy, an anonymous republican would employ an arcane procedural tactic to prevent the committee from even meeting. of course voting on that nomination. republicans had seven weeks, 49 days, to consider this nomination. he was nominated on march 21, and since his confirmation hearing in april, he's responded in writing to more than 200 questions. he is an extremely qualified candidate for this job. the president was smart t
, right? >> harris county, yes. including being a green energy lobbyist. that became a green energy job. >> gretchen: that would be a permanent job 'cause lobbyists pretty much stick around. >> that's true, yes. that's stretching a point. like if you're at a university and you gave lecture on climate or a lecture on green energy, that is a green energy job. so the administration tried to stretch the point. but it really doesn't work. if you look at the actual number of permanent green energy jobs, it is precisely 2298, 11 million per job. >> steve: 26 billion. >> yes, i'm sorry. >> steve: had that created a new technology that would have changed anything, that would be fantastic. but we didn't. >> that's what it's supposed to be all about, a new battery, for example, we haven't got it yet. these are transmitting electricity, we haven't gotten that yet. not efficiently at least. with all this new technology has not been created and the jobs have not been created. >> gretchen: i guess your argument would be that if these were sustainable businesses and inventions for lack of a better word
's -- dr. steven marans. the harris professor of child and family dramatic, harris professor child psychology a professor of psychiatry at the child study center at yale. use the director of the national center for children exposed to violence. the founder of the child development committee policing program which i first became aware of when it was a child witness to violence project. no? >> that's all right. >> founder of the child development committee please and program, a pioneer in collaboration between mental health and law-enforcement professionals providing collaborative response to children and families exposed to violence and trauma that occurs in their homes, neighborhood and schools. next to steven is the other, is kevin cullen, columnist for "the boston globe." he's been a reporter out the globe since 1985 on pretty much every beat you can imagine, cops reporter, legal affairs correspondent, foreign correspondent. he is really here for a couple of reasons. the proximate reason obvious is the events in boston within the last few days, inoffensive brings us full circle,
"the harry potter" series is a belough moment. how many children does she have? >> i'm going to say five. >> no, but this is right up your alley, a guy like you. >> all right. the correct answer is seven. >> she's such an awesome mom. she takes in harry, and has one more kid than mrs. brady, so good for her. >> thanks for coming to see us. happy mother's day. >> thank you. >>> who knew she wanted to be a singer? guess who is back with us? molly ringwald with a brand-new album. sh so... [ gasps ] these are sandra's "homemade" yummy, scrumptious bars. hmm? i just wanted you to eat more fiber. chewy, oatie, gooeyness... and fraudulence. i'm in deep, babe. you certainly are. [ male announcer ] fiber one. to blueberry raspberry crystal light liquid. for those of us who use the weekend to really let loose. new crystal light liquid. six flavors. zero calories. for every shade of you. ♪ [ male announcer ] now's the time to perfect your outdoor space. get 2 rose or hanging baskets for $10 at lowe's today. [ male announcer ] now's the time to perfect your outdoor space. of course everybody
. prince harry is in colorado today for the warrior games. but last night the british royal mingled at a cocktail reception with v.i.p.es, including olympic gold medalist missy franklin and sang happy birthday to the swimming star. ♪ happy birthday to you. >> he wasn't singing very loudly there earlier friday the prince paid his respects at arlington national cemetery in d.c. the troops killed in the wars of iraq and afghanistan are buried. he placed a wreath of flowers and handwritten note on a head stone. the prince then stopped by walter reid medical center to meet warriors and cutting edge technology being used to rehabilitate them. those are your headlines. is rick outside in the yucky rain? >> a little bit. >> it's sprinkling a little bit. we have some rain today across the east coast. it's going to be kind of a nuisance. a few showers, a few thunderstorms spotty. it won't be raining all day long. take a look at the weather maps. see your temperatures for today's highs. you will notice the 70s all across the eastern section. a in buffalo a little bit cooler. by team cold fro
was a personal friend of harry truman. and barney frank know each other for a long time. barney makes a speech at the press club in the spring of '09 inviting small banks to participate in the process. fein picks it up. thanks him. they start back channel. ends up in frank's office. frank said i need you. cam, let's make a deal. they make a deal. fein will keep it neutral on the consumer protection agency. and frank will embrace an amendment to change the formula for fdic payments. change it in a way that saves the community banks $1.5 billion. >> so a billion and a half of money paid for the fdic shifts from small banks to big banks in return for neutrality. >> which is huge for barney. >> they stayed neutral. >> what do you think about that? is that good? is that the way we should be making law in america? >> there's a lot that's not good about the way we make laws in america. this is democracy. we make trades, compromises and pull it together. this is not new. it has been going on for years. >> he didn't tell us about that. >> look, cam did well by his people. he did what he was supposed to
behind bars. >> a royal visit to washington. today prince harry kicking off his six-city tour. this afternoon his first stop will be capitol hill honoring soldiers at arlington national cemetery and visiting veterans at walter reed hospital in suburban washington, d.c. >> brian, over to you. >>brian: included in your constitutional rights, health care. did you hear about that? this democratic congresswoman seems to think so. here's what she had to say while defending obamacare. here is sheila jackson lee. >> what should be continually emphasized is the president's leadership on one single point that although health care was not listed per se in the constitution, it should be a constitutional right. one might argue that education and health care fall into those provisions of life, liberty and a pursuit of happiness. >>brian: stuart varney, is sheila jackson lee speaking for other people? do you think other people believe what she's saying? she is not among the leadership in the house. >> that is a good question. i think she reflects the world view of president obama. president
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